The passive membrane properties and excitatory junction potentials of the guinea pig deferens.

@article{Bywater1980ThePM,
  title={The passive membrane properties and excitatory junction potentials of the guinea pig deferens.},
  author={Robert Bywater and Grahame John Saint Clair Taylor},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={300},
  pages={303-16}
}
1. Electrotonic potentials were recorded from the superficial smooth muscle cells of the guinea-pig vas deferens using the method of Abe & Tomita (1968), in response to low-amplitude, long-duration (greater than or equal to 2 sec) pulses. 2. Averaging techniques were used to increase the signal/noise ratio, and the intracellularly recorded electrotonic potentials were corrected for extracellular voltage drop across the bath series resistance. 3. Since the length of tissue in the stimulating and… CONTINUE READING

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